The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1908
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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few SERIES VOL. XVI, NO. 29. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 17 1908. $1, Per Year. .



unmber of Palatka's. ,
representatlvn -
session leer Sunday night, and organized

... following the :NO-Hat or the Club The Is, Former Senator Thos. A. Darby of Board of Trade Favor The Converse, Urldge Company of 4
report meeting thin county died suddenly< of npo- Macadam Over Brick. Chattanooga Tenn., contractors for
submitted for publication tbecluh'
I ." = Our Annual by plexy on Monday, July 6th, In far oil building the new road bridge across
= representative.The
= press Editor PALATKA Nnws
Is Nome, Alaska Thin Information the St. Johns River at Palatka, are
multi the club to
objector came In a telegram to the True Demo 1, notice III last week Issue of yourpaper not satisfied with the original con
heavily Ono any member caught crat of Tallahassee litHh 'I'hur.day.alld that you referred to the Palatka tract which they entered into with
after with a dark.hat or shy head covering, on 1 ht all that IK known up to this board/ of trade as being opposedto the county commissioners last Oc
time. more brick pavement being tober.
The meeting night Is to be Saturday Ex-Senator Darby was married :in laid on the streets of Palntku. Also As stated In this paper last week
night whenever it falls on tbethlrteenr.h Tallahassee last May his wife being that several citizen have expressed would be the case, the board held.
MID-SUMMER day of the month during Miss OnthrlneBrevnrd that city, themselves to the News as being disappointed recess meeting on Monday for the
I CUT SALE .: Leap Y nr a member of one of the old fanillles. st the stand of the board purpose of meeting Mr Converse, at
The Club Is limited
: membership been of Palatka had Ills
thirteen. In the game issue of the True line having experience request.
to Democrat containing news of Mr. with rock roads and I. tryIng All members of the board were
The following olHcers were elected Daiby's death la the following letter to forget It. and that a return to present on Monday. Mr. Conversewas
Oraud Exulted Boozhem of
: from his wife: hard, roads Is a step backward Instead also there with Attorney Smithof
all HOOZel'oll-Mr. Walter McNally. Non, ALAHttA June 18, 1IW8. of forward. I desire to say that St. Louis, Mo., who represented a
on CLOTHING and Tohvvltch Sulperlono- "MY DEAR MR. UOI..1N81"I you have practically defined' the position brokerage firm of that city with
Mr. N. H. Vice Exalted
Moragne. am sending you. copy of the' of the the Palatka Board of whom the Converse Bridge Company
Straw Hats is now on--and it's a saying Toby vltoh. of Great Solperlono-Dr. Harry Nome paper. 1 think It may Interest Trade. This organization 1 Is of the Is seeking to negotiate loan of
money Stumporummle opinion that several miles of good real with to
Mel'rYdar. ... you. You will see It U a dully money which carry oat
: Do-
and sells at 2li cents a We macadam or shell roads for our residence their contract.
copy. arrived -
sale to all the Men and Boys inv Putnam >adema uma-Mr. J.O.Ray. Ouard Tuesday June lath after milling streets far better than Just These gentlemen submitted a new
(>f the HlpporlnopotamiiliemaudleMr. -. through more than three hundred a few blocks of brick pavements and contract. Thle new contract conk
county who need clothes. Think of it-- Joe Price Jr.Mr. Belle Clarence of the Harenovltcklnskl miles of solid Ice In Uelirlnjf Sea. the balance of the streets left In their slate of 28 type written pages. It
Meyer. Nomo Is a busy mining town with a present condition because the trafllo calls for .emi-annnalinetead of annual -
First suckerlnoeasymarkskl G.C. delightful summer climate, and on our residence streets will not warrant payments, and there are other
} stee. makes one think of the warm, sunny such an expensive pavement us points which differ from the original
President Roosevelt was elected winter days In Florida. brick. It Is also of the opinion that contract. '
an honorary member by acclimation. "Hoping you will enjoy the paper the cost of cleaning brick pavementIs The board did not act on the Uew-
; 25 Per Cent OffOn Two members the were heavily of fined the I mil, with beat wishes, a very serious future expense: imposition, but on motion referredIt
shortly after organization whereas the cost of
"JEl\Il\IU1 BREYAKD DAttOY. cleaning anu to Hon. S. J. Hllburn for Investigation -
club so the club Is high on the roadto From the paper referred to In the maintaining macadam .street will he to render an opinion on
be considerably less than what It the advisability of the substitutionat
'" above letter the eJltor of the True
Our Motto II 'Ve bar
sky plecles
cost to clean a brick It the
Democrat takes the following notice pavement. regular meeting of the boardIn
after dark.
of Mr, and Mrs. Darby's arrival 1 at has gathered data relative to these August.
t all Summer Suits Extra Trousers :. -- -- :Some: >olncs from reliable sources; therefore Chairman Stephens and Commissioner -
NOTICE.The "From Sunny Florida to Alaska Its position Is not speculative. Middleton were constituted a
Senator 'r. L. Darby and wife have I also notice In the same Issue of special committee of the board to select -
come to enter the mining Industry your paper under the "Proceedings a location for the.bridge and report -
and Straw Hats. Tax Books of the City of Pal- 111 Alaska, and within a short time of the City Council," you refer to the at the next regular meeting of i
atka for the assessment of taxes for they are to leave for the Kougarok comparative cost of brick: and macadam the; commissioners.
the year 1008 are about to be commenced where their Interests are. paving./ Now relative to the The board at this recess meeting
and notice Is hereby given "Senator Darby, was formerly a cost of brick and m60l\damou seem did one eminently proper act. It removed -
These Suits include all our fine Kirsch- that I will furnish blanks upon. member of the Florida State Senate, to have an erron"ouliidea. I will ex from the pauper pension list
;r which to make returns of their taxable and a well known politician of the plain. A street paved with brick the name of one Frank Howard a
property to all persons applying South. He Is Interested with J. J. cannot ba. less than 21 feet wide, and man who tolls not neither does he
baum & Co. and Schloss Bros. Hand Tailored for same at my olllne In said city.I McKay the Kougarok mining mann should be more The curbing must spin anything but "fishy" stories. although
will be In my office every after- ditch be either granite or concrete and abundantly able to work.
a proposition."Senatorand
Suits in Tropical Worsteds Serges etc. as noon until 4 o'clock and upon Mondays Mrs. Darby (nee Miss raised; whereas, a street paved with
and Saturdays, nothing preeotlng. Jennie Brevard) arrived on the macadam, can have wood curbing and INTERLACHEN ITEMS.Mrs. .
same flush with the paving( and 16
Senator N Alaska
well as Summer Wash Suits. j. N. BLACK WELL Gold steamer Digger, June-17th.o"m n, I feet Is ample The cost of n brick F. M. Touchstone and J.

7.17.4t City Tax Assessor. Thomas A. Darby resided in Put- street 21 feet wide, Including curb Touchstone of Carleton left Tuesday

--- -- --- _._--- nam county for some 12 years priorto I and Intersection will be $2U8 per for' Michigan, going to Petosky. Mrs.F. .
The Straw Hat Sale includes an extra 1807: his home for some time beingat / lineal foot for the city's proportion M. Hartshorn came to see themoil
Rolleston, some two or three miles and $1.46>((J Per lineal foot for the returning to Carleton In the
and Yacht Hats. These thell..erfrol11 Palatka, and where property owner's proportion. A ma- evening.
; choice line of Panama up of he cadam street 16 feet wide. Including
for a number years Was engaged wood curbing and will Miss Bess Lyon drove to Grand
and In the saw mill business. Mr. be (do lineal foot for ,the her sister Cora; the girls will
for four months per city'sproportion
be enjoy
will yet
worn you Darby was elected State S..u..torfrom and 4Uo lineal foot for the excursion to Atlanta, GI ., }
this to succeed the late per
county visiting their mother and brother.
() lIon. P. Calhoun In the fall of the property owners proportion.
afford to throw soiled straws. Benj.
can away your : 181)4: and served the sessions of theleltlol..ture I have based the above as follow. l Miss Grace Townsend Is visitingRev.
Brick at $1 54 Frank Blackburn's family and
per square yard.
of 11:10: ; mid .1HU7. He
Urunit curb 4M lineal foot. other friends In Jacksonville
If you are going away for the summer Sh 0 C $ after invc-r the returned latter session.to Putnam Fora county time Macadam. at 70o per square' yard. Dave, Walker of Edgar was a tiled
since then he was a promoter in Wood curb at 2o per' lineal foot.I of friends for a day or two.
will be interested in our supberb line of New York He will be rememberedby am confident; that macadam can Capt. and Mrs. O. W. Anderson
you $3 $3.50 $4IT all old citizens us a particularly be contracted for leas tliiin" 75o per have grme to DeLand to visit their
genial gentleman who wee the Ills square yard. daughter Mrs. Alarlc Berklemami.
takes all\ Umh; of! womento of any gathering of gentlemen. He brick After and 11th all bonds street available Is paved for with Rev. Qeo. A. Wllhlte and family
: and Leather was about W: years of age at (the timeof pay are now at the Al.K. .
SuitCases, Bags, make a woJ: and all his death. 112,000 lug are) to sold spend, the for city paving.will have:Now about Is I OCOUpY11roolll'; Is a very

kinds of shoes lo please them. It best for the city to spend that large one, It will be no Inconvenience I
Death of Former Citizen. amount for less thnn one mile of to Rev. Mr. Cooper and wife.

: well Trunks. : Still they can all bj suited, with Frank Johnson a former well. brick, or for 81y'(: miles of macadam E. W. Porter and two of the child- ,
as as ., known citizen and orange grower of especially In view of the fact that It ran made a short trip to Atlanta to
Queen Quality"shoes so Norwalk this county, died at the aunt considerably less to clean. and visit relatives-
Of course we are headquarters for Men'sfine varied and complete i is the line. I Lome of his niece, Mr. P. D. Lamb nalntaln a macadam street than Col. Barret and wife will not return {
In tills city last Monday. I IMr. what it cost to clean brick pavement? from Mannville to Pleasant
Shirts Neckwear We are lulling more women Johnson resided at Norwalk I I say that It Is best to spend the Valley, but will occupy an apartment
; Shoes, Underwear, Negligee with them day because many years prior to 181)5: ) after which, balance of the bond Issue In putting with the family of George Downing.
every to the disaster to his macadam shell
owing orange down or even if it L.
Mm W. Powell has returned
etc. etc.FEARNSIDE. their reputation grows every day. rowing business, he moved to An : cost more to clean aud maintain than from Savannah havingaccompaniedher 1
\ thony. He later went to Silver i what It would OOHC to keep a brick .
sister to that
I ,. "Qyeen Quality" will retain its Springs. He was taken III at the pavement cleaned because It enhances place.K.
latter pluon several weeks aKa His the value of more property T. Bedding expects to open a
shape longer than any other condition becoming known to Mr. consequently does the greatest goodto store of family !groceries and "roc Ie-
ready made shoe. Try it once. and Mrs. Lamb Mr. Lamb went to the greatest number. eryware In the Tilghman building Infalatka
Sliver Springs and nndiiig Mr. John Even if the city hud the money and inside the next month.
: CLOTHING ; son helpless bought him to his home could pay Us proportion for paving The Ladles Aid and Missionary So-
;: here on the first of the month. say two or three miles of brick. on ciety of the Congregational church
Herbert Crook Since coming here the sick man tins residence streets how many property met with the wife of the pastor on
had the beet medical attention and : owners could afford to pay $L.40) 1o'I'Id..yafternoon, the subject "Med
the kindly care of Mr. and Mrs. per front foot; when on the other ical Missions ln-Indla" was of particular
Palatka Fla. Lamb despite which he gradually' hand how many property owners Interest to the society. rhe i
grew worse until his release by would object to paying 4Jo( per front subject of organizing a W. C. T. U. !
death. : foot for good hard road In front of was actively discussed also.
The funeral was conducted by I their property. I will venture the On Sunday as usual Rev H, J.
Rev. H. Dutlll of the Methodist I assertion that, If the city should de- Townsend preached at Drove Park.
COMPANY Tuesday and the Interment was In bond Issue for hard reading the residence services at the Methodist church.
: West View cemeterv. The pallbearers streets, and entertain petitions
the BestWOOD I were Dr. K. S. Crill, Thomas from the property owners lu the order St. James' Methodist Church.

Murray, Chas. Kupperbusoh. JohnH. received, in loss thulllix mouths H. DUTILI, PASTOR.
Merryday, Qeo. K. OilY nnd W. lie city would be swamped with peItlons. -
school 0:45 Classes
Sunday a. m. ,
L. Hughes. Mr.Johnson was about .
Patatt, Florida. :. G 65 years of age. He leaves no family. Very respectfully.HOWKLb A. ren.for There adults Is a.a place well a.for for you the Com child el I
; Divine service at I II I ::00 a. m. sod.
Makers Business.
of Pram Palatka Board Trade.
t In the city
7: IJp.) m.
The aenu-xmirmuul clearing sale of The ordinance. of bapllum will Im
cut any length, the Earnest. Company, Pnlatka's big City Council. administered and members received
dry goods store begins next Satur The city council met In a recess on Sunday.
send your order tow day. The Earnest Company has a neetlng on Tuesday night Prayer meeting Wednesday' 7:110: p.
Vtitl-Wlnter and a Mld-Sumnrer sale. The finance committee which has in. Subject for next Wednesday
W. Balnbridge's These sales are put on at the dull md the report of the"p..cl"laudltor., evening "A Kingdom Lost."
period of each season and they are Messrs. Cooper and Lansing In handmade Everybody welcome to these ser

",rnntr tntrttnintrnrr", ,,, Real Estate For Sale. New. Wood Yard- trading events which the general been a report. The and auditing will be had vices. ________ _
public have come to look forward to. lot completed rt.
[ ( at'Stanton's From Saturday July 18th to Saturday ported at the next regular meeting. "Innocence Abroad."
Finley, Tucker, | house in fine condition on Kirby St. i night, August 1st. These am In the meantime Messrs. Cooper andjnnsing The News did not purposely omit
Fine two story dwelling Half Foundry, I certainly dull dog days anywhere. will bring their audit of the mention of the Palatka-San Mateo
{ rauce. Real Instate, =:3; lot 100x150 artesian well and barn on premises. Business of all kinds guts drowsy aud clerk and collector's books down to baseball game In this city on Thursday
Phone 40. needs stirring. The Earliest Company the present time. of last week. Faot 1 Is that when
Court House.Pnlutltu,Flu3 cash, balance at 7 per cent. of is going to do some stirring, as The distress warrants for 11)06 were it came our regular time that eve
Small farm oi about 5 acres with dwelling, on edge town, will be seen by reading Its advertisement ordered to be turned over to the city ning for making up the paper the
al Estate .:::: llace." Half Cash on our fourth page attorney for collection.The San Mateo ball players hadn't got
Bargainee -
known as "Fitzhugh The company lies it tnngnlfloeut city attorney was ordered top ten through running an exercise
|Two building lot In the f3l The Lippincott place on St Johns River, 5 miles from stock of goods. They .ar.. summer. Reid an ordinance for the paving which might still be engaging their
mod a'biirgnln at I7IW. 3 Satisfaction Guaranteed. roods, but of the kind that are of service if street from Water to Third attention had not rain sent 'em to
ka, one mile of river frontage. .in Pulalka' most of the yenr. itreet. The paving Is to be of some cover.
|46-A double store on Lent =jat both in the City and Countr for sale on ToalLonr patrons,: : we also give Gun you and prompt These. goods have been marked to hard road material. The council When the rain broke up the game
., ,BO tout front by 140 tout :::% Other properties HENRY r- Rt1NZ. nttti irvlUi' work when and you Ulo net)olo your and Sewing Machinetpalrtntf .ell at bargain prices, and they are thought the grading and paving of the score stood IB! to 4 In favor of the 4
tore now rented no as to easy terms. Apply to done at going to be disposed of at this sale.There this street most Important at this farmers" from San' Mateo.
|f good IntereHt on money In. ='j O. EARLS will be lots of business during -i time because the water .after a rain By the way the Palatka
E. ,
Price only til.uio If,, noltt f -- ,. dog days at the Earnest store. does not run oil, but stands at the Intersection had really been led Into the belief I
1asA .,. WI alwny ploBHe our patrons-w,can pleoHami. Read the list of articles carefullyand : of Front street and Injuresthe that the was to be a "scrub"nine
:::: ::::=:,:::=:, ) l'ome and nee UH. Kuraumbur.alt Lemon game
note the quoted. brick paving. contest. The visitors had been
treut. Palatka' Florida. prices
good 7-roonl dwellingi '
::; thousand dollars ordered!
spoken of as farmers-real farmere-
West End ,trout, p i
on Dodge (
to the sidewalk contractor. on
iluo, and no special effort was mad by
.too all on eaiy modern payments eonvontenc-, :: /, Plain Band Rings Fancy Stone Rings VMVX !fi! !fi! !fi! !fififi!: Last Saturday was an active day account.The chief of police was Instructedto the promoters skilled of the game to In meat thin k
== with County JudgeCoxe In the number city to secure players
kr Property oared for,Innur- 4VA e | Delicious of marriage licenses Issued. Besides request teams on Lemon street to them. sTiat| was mistake numberone.
puiint or Bold :=4 crud R J some half a dozen licenses Issued drive to the right. .
:::: .t"I' 1"t% 1 Ice Cream [ ] to colored couples, the followingwere Mistake number two was In the
nts Collected. Fire Last Night.
that the farmers of Bait
;; .s W Issued to whites : supposition
A < \ ; and ft George Frederick Cottlngton and Section house No. 47 of the Q. S. A Mateo couldn't play ball. ""

[Finley Tucker.luummmmmmm yo VXVX Cold Drinks.Homemade Mrs. Onle Todd of Palatka. F. K'y together with all tools In the Why bless you..those boys practice
A g g George O. Thlgpln and Mrs. Ida J. northwesrein part of the city was every day and some of Vm
A i in [ Candles : iI Parmly of Yelvington. lire at 1 o'clock last would bo In the national league If It o,
designs Fancy \ XVX Origimmtt
\Ve have just received new j C. S. Rushing and Ethel Barnett night. struck by lightning, wasn't that their orange groves pay
A amethyst topa/, of Palatka. during; heavy storm. better. They are only Innocent of
ID-Several' active, .mBr- A I Stone Ring set with turquois, ', vxvx I L. A. SMITH I Rudolph R. Klnnrd and Kathleen S. Over Thirty-Five Years'In baseball. ability when Manager John
Crosby starts out to arrange a match,
eto. Price of Crescent City.
liable men to sell an article A Jade, aqua-marine, sardonyx, : 1872 them was. a great deal of dlorrhuja and Is noted for being "vuu', lit

I.use.Only No reliablem family can need wellt. A Plain Bund Rings, wide Tiffany' and narrowDiamond vxsx [ } Lemon St., .YYfimSee Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and DUrr It was, dysentery at this time and that cholera Chamberlain's Infantam. der most" ; Innooentest men on dot

Vddres* llox {177 Oalnes- "i Rings. !fififififififi! ! !: .M tUmedy Would Have' Saved Collo,Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was road _____________ '
Him $100.00. Best brought Into use. It proved more Palatka Defeat Fernandintw.
A Also lose Diamonds which wa will set in any vvx la 1003\ I had a very severe attack of successful than any other remedy or The Palatka baseball. club went tFernandlna
A Grainger tor Rroaeri Beat In dlarrcna" says R. N. Farrar of Cat Island treatment and baa for thirty.4v years and played the club of
:.MAIN M rn DL fir.g1 Ea Eahtiug A style mounting desired.SMITH vxx In the city. Price. always reasonable La. "For several weeks' I wa un- maintained that record. From a .mall that city last Tuesday winning by a
--- -- ----- Its sale and has extendedto ,
abl" to do anything. Ort'llamh. 18, beginning u.e score of 4 to 1. The feature of the
/ / A" 11107. I had a similar attnok, sod tookChaloheriaID' every part of the United States, and game was Dillon's pitching. These.
The Jeweler VsEM1OACU&r1OUSEPASTE Collo. Cholera. mid DUrrlicea to many foreign oountrlea. Niue dwg. was a big crowd present and the P.
;, Machine\ Designs m Remedy whloh gave mo prompt gist out of ten will recomimnd It when,, latka.bore, see that they had a nun
lap Drawing;, Etc.. relict. I consider It one of the beet l tbelr opinion Is asked .although the] time. The Fernandtna club ham
(1A medicines of Its kind In the world, .and have other medicines that pay them s. promised to play a return game lit
la.tka., '!F>la.. Palatka, Florida. If "KILLS THEM ON THE'SPOT" ha'll used It lu lUO'J() ball eve It would greater prottt. It can always b,,-depended this elty at an-early<,Uv. .
"" .. .\ ''l; have saved cue a hundred dollar duutor't, upon .v t the M lBI.* / :f!!!:# GENUINE SOLD ONLY IN .bill" Far sale by Ackermac-Stewail and dantrorous eases. For sale by Aok- DRESSMAKING-by Mrs. MflTln !-
best groceries at low ".<.!.!!:.e"E"'e"eL-'L' ''''. BOTTLES 8BALL DRUGGISTS Drug; Co. ermama-Stewart Drug Co. *at 417 Kmmst: street 7-a 41
J when you trade with A. ,.""' "c'C-c'C-: ,
(at the new store.

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; THE I the nominee o( the -than-: shout and bore It along the dark of Platform. -

demoCracy -
of the
for president of BRYAN IS NAMED d silent streets awakening the city We the representatives

Entered .. will hardly be ex of dawn of tbe United States, In atlonal -
a. mallabU just as the first pale rays W. A.
' : olass.Pl'jllshod. stump in his own were breaking In the east with the convention assembled, reaffirm erryday Go.

now serving a 25 cheers of "Bryan, Bryan our belief In and pledge our loyalty I
the Nevada state I of the party.
O ON N t3 the principles
Friday yan. Ihmaler* isa
r by FIRSTBALLOTth Nominating Speeches. We rejoice at the Increasing. the coun-signs
L throughout
ot awakening
now : "Mr Prior to tile culminating scene In an .
says investigations nav
p W. votes tban any e convention. hall when the nomination try, The various and political corruption Crate Materialof
could ban gotten. Third Time Nominated For of Bryan was made the assemblage to the representatives of predatory

A states than any had listened for hours to the ealth and laid bare "e unscrupulOus\ '

The could have carried. President. oratory of nominating speakers. methods by which they have debaucad all KJnds.
the roll I
first state on !
able for a .. Mr. I3ryaiv will Alabama I elections and preyed upon a dsenseless -
fr call, yielded to Nebraska, the home ..ub.er..l.ent .
really through
: Leading? whose ..poke.man.tbe public Fruit
of Mr.
,fr says we hasten to 800 YOTES state Bryan officials whom they have raised topllce aJd
newspapers HE GETS OVER youthful orator. Ignatius J. Dunn, t
Its view of ,
on new and power.
1 .
try are
of Omaha advanced to the platform.He )
t ences and ; :! spoke In good voice, with great Economy In Administration.The VegetableWraps.

supreme Cho earnestness, and to a sympathetic audlence republican congress In session
News Is Florida's I J>hD W. Kcrnof Indiana,
: Bryan and % which greeted each utterance just ended has made appropriations I

Mr. Bryan It made Its sen as Running late./ of tribute to the Nebraska leader with: mounting to 11.008,000,000. exceed- '
of the mouth at 1i
r' democratic demonstrative evidence of approval. inc the total expenditures of the past
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I' tion about Co. Its editor His i concluding passage was a fervid seal year by $90.000,000 for the fls-

of the east It. A. Gray, late of GREAT ENTHUSIASM SHOWN tribute to the commoner as the Intrepid cal l year and leaving a deficit of morean

,. preferred a young leader who had borne aloft the bat the.scarred 00,000,009 for the fiscal year.We .

:r were forced m of giving the timidst' flag of democracy through : demand that a stop be put to this Palatka Florida.

mend and such a paper A Wild and Exciting Scenes the the campaigns of 1894 and 1900. with ; rightful extravagance, and Insist upon ,

proud. Havana Democratic National Convention the devotbn and faith of the crusaders I the strictest economy In every de- Imt I q1ID. .

credit gracefully as the tobacco section I Chooses Its Standard Besrwrs-Syn- of old days, "America's great commoner p artment compatible with frugal and : '::6: t

and has grown Nebraska's gifted son William I Misuse of Patronage. .
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and pledged a town of 1.000 opsis of the Platform Adopted, Etc. J. Bryan." --- ._
peo that the house of repre- --
We demand
U. Lo".R
Its natural re Presented. DO YOU GET UP BAir.IV. J
Platform become a de- WM.Tssilriti
: Denver, Colo., July 10.-WilliamJennings ontatlves shall again President. at ',
booming .und now It was after midnight when the nominating Iberatlve body controlled by a rna .andr...
But the : Bryan of Nebraska, was WITH A I/AME: BACK?
the natural re- / speeches were temporarily sirs ority of the people's representatives The G.
would Loper
I tbest word tbe town I Dominated for the third time for tbe pended to receive the report of the I and not by the speaker and we pledge Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Bailey

..here. only' one office of president of the United States platform committee, Governor Has o urselves to adopt such rules and regu.atlons -
who reads the newspapers Fire
the Almost everybody -
Record.: Good luck to I by the democratic national convention h ell, of Oklahoma. chairman of tile I to govern the house of repre- is sure to know of the wonderful Insurance:

p to Gray. at 3:40 o'clock Friday morning amfj committee made the report announcing entatlves as will enable a majority 11 ii cures made by Dr.
at the outset that It was presented of Its members to direct Ita dellbera.. t Kilmer's Swamp- LeamlingAiael'iean and ForeJ
nominated scenes of frenzied enthusiasm.
: Democrat (dally) as the unanimous view ot the committee Ions and control legislation. I Root the great kid- '
possession The result came after all night
for lack an : the entire membership of II ney liver and bladder Companies
might do .
session, which was kept In a constant Misuse of Patronage.
r could. He It. spirit will live t which ranged themselves on the plat. remedy.
state ot.turmol1'up to toe culmlnat- We condemn as a violation of the It is the great med-v Accident

: nated Most of by the Suwanee Demo Ing moment when the Nebraskan wss I ,, form flanking Governor Haskell as jplrlt of our Institutions the action of Ical triumph of the Insurance:
edition. We shall I an evidence of their united attitude. \ r
opposed to proclaimed the choice of the convention he present chief executive In using .1 nineteenth century ; The Travelers of ;
The enunciation of \ UarifJ.;
and Its party
dally dlecovere.lafteryeanI
because th.., as the Democratic standard-bear- principle'I be patronage of his high omce to secure I II
Democrat was one was received with close I of scientific research ,
cause they er. the nomination of one of his Dr. Khmer, the Life
tempt In tlie state- with frequent demonstrations of assent by Insurance
On cabinet officers A forced successionn __. -' and :
He the First Ballot. I Injunctions eminent kidney
was The provision concerning -
pointed true. In I Tbo nomination i the presidency Is scarcely less remgnant bladder specialist and is wonderfully The
great was made on tbe I was punctuated by applause Old Reliable
voters .. lacking In anything r first and vote'stand p to public sentiment than Is successful m promptly curing lame back, "Gerrou;
only ballot tbe
and at Its conclusion cbcer
a ringing!
him. and to see that It was I : Ifa tenure In that office uric acid. catarrh of the Bladder and Life" of
ing: went from delegates and Now York
menta and suicide In up spectators. I Bright's Disease which is the worst
nomination attempt William! Jennings Bryant, 892::%. The provisions concerning Publicity of Campaign Contributions,. : form of kidney trouble.

to which grow out of a Governor John A. Johnson 4G. trusts, railway regulation. Income tax, We demand federal legislation forever Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended Marine Insurance

posed bus enterprlsn In a Judge George Gray 69%. and various other provisions awaken, terminating; the partnership for everything but if you have : ,
them and two hours distance Not .voting 8. kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be
ed lively approbation. The platform which has existed between corporatlons -
Nebraska. and its morning The announcement of yote found just the remedy you need. It lies The Leadinig
the was :was adopted by a rousing unanimous of the ocuntry and the tested in in hospital ComjianiisVll
been so ways
Then here news of the world i the signal for a wild demonstration voter: under the
republican party expressed work ant in private practice and las
It Is from Business men I equalling In turbulence It not In duration or Implied agreement that In return proved so successful in every case that a Claims Prompt! I

It would I support their home the record-breaking display Denver Colo., July 13.-Tha democratic for the contribution of great sums of special arrangement has been made by

underrate. .l>( I .... of local pride ;i I which on Wednesdtay afternoon greeted national convention money wherewith to purchase electlons which all readers of this paper, who have Settled. '
cannot b.. '
.7 picturing/ daily with Us the first mention of Mr. Bryan's I Its, l labor late Friday conclude'e they should be allowed to con. not bottle already sent free tried by it,mail may, also have a book a sample telling Office. 118 Front tit prgzt:
name in the convention ball.
play actor. a I .. from neces- nomination of John Worth Kern of tlnue substantially immolated In their more about Swamp-Root and how to

popular -nut I'rld-I I The scene within the amphitheater Indiana for vice president completing efforts' to encroach upon the rights otha find out if you have kidney or bladder trou-
that has .... ". at the moment the, nomination was I the ticket on which William Jennings people. ble. When writing mention reading this i:: aol;: : I:11I:.: 11;;Icr;r::I;' JmJi.A

and It did made was one of stirring animation offer in this and end '
paper your
a half .. ---- -- Bryan was made tha nominee Tariff Revision.We generous
He has Board. of MI. From pit to dome the vast building I for president favor Immediate revision of the address Dr. Kilmer !::2 Let us know your
wcs packed with ten thousand people & Co., Bmghaniton, .: .. !.A
strength. I 6 to 4. has refused The nomination of ''Mr. Kern was
tariff by the reduction of Import dutlss. ,.. !loA
thinned out la t the remotest N. Y. The regular
dominance galleries ...
Hint Kuve tot. made by acclamation amid the resounding Articles entering Into competition -
It. after hours of and fifty-cent and one.
proves waiting the intense Grocery
I couUJpnce (.. Hev. Karl I dlsonmforts of the hot night. cheers of delegates and spec with trust-controlled products dollar size bottles are Uoas of e..aseao.asold d

or an Tennessee, and I tators. (No ballot was necessary, as should be placed upon the free list by all good druggists. Don't make !\Jj

the West effect that while Culminating Outburst. the tide of sentiment bad set Irreslstlbty I. and material reductions Should be any mistake, but remember the name,

weariness / work lu that state, It was a spectacle of grandiose proportions toward tl>9 Indiana candidate I made In the tariff upon the necesaar I Swamp-Root Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root I Wants

l have been with the fair -tier after tier and gallery on state after state registering their del lei of life, especially upon articles and the bottle.address, Binghamton, N. V., on

p and In the gallery ot agitated forms the egatlons In his favor and all othei, every 4
womenIn I
competing with such American manu
''innnf. : of Jackson 3 and will '
<'. rtain, .. Investigation but i white the delegates massed below,, candidates withdrawing before the un!1. facturss as are sold abroad more '-r-- we >? pleased Kj

publican .. because many of them coatless a myriad offanj versa! demand for his nomination. cheaply than at home and graduate Di3! ronco In Lies. a furnish you with the ta' |
of the
flutterlnfr to combat the stifling Ihe convention after adjourning at reductions should b. made In ancb! An LiifclUUumn; Who Is no.orloiH tarI1l jj goods obtainable attj 'IIrpllo
L. I). Geiger that' beat and close atmosphere of thU SI daylight with the nomination ot Mr .
long I "th.r schedules as may be necessary weird fulst-hoods returned iwcntly ingly low

Some of .c"I.. commllttee of the pent-up exurberant multitude ever Bryan, resumed Its session at 1 p. m I. to restore the tariff to a revenue basis to tile homo In Nottingham. CimliuJ.:: pricjs

z-i.8 were already passed on ready to sprung Into feverish outbreaki I Vila a powerful undercurrent already Trusts.A from nbrond and gave u il.u-t.'u lion- None but Ftrsb-clo] I!" I

had exonerated of enthusiasm and everywhere tit,1 i In motion toward the nomination I otKern of find shelf room b M.1'\-
1 ton last private or the event to bU: trlon'.... Ho told
monopoly Is indefensible
jof Dr. Uelger blaze of flags/ bunting and patriotic for second place. convincevouofttol
several of and Intolerable. We therefore favor them during tuo course of tho eveningof want to
an open. loves devices and the enveloping folds of Ksrn the First Name Offered. -
would .. ) ". A public ex- Old Glorv _. the vigorous enforcement of the the wonderful tilings he bad seen > so come and get for yotrs !]
them would On the call for states, Indiana prssant I- criminal during his
law against truvcU
Twice before guilty trust magnates Speaking of
the throng bad beer order
value of m a J the name of Kern Colorado, jj: -or, phone your IBM
of baseball and officials, churches In
and demand the tipnln. be said
moved Into a mad ecstacy first by there was
cognizance of through former Governor Thomas No. 8-1 and U will merle
and .. the speech placing tbe of enactment of such additional leglslat one "a uillo cud n half long." "Bless 3
name BryanIn
trnoon.What. public has an In- nomination and again when that of placed In nomination. Charles ATowne tlon as may be necessary to make It DIY heart" said a person present who g prompt and -arcful ttt*j
much more Im New ,
of York Connecticut
; Impossible for better
a private "And how
to broad
are Governor Johnson of Minnesota was monopoly was I fj tion. _
discussion of a presented Archibald McNeil!, and IU"
very exist In the United States. "About ten ynrds"
th.-r should proposed; but these manifestations replied the)
Free deliverv
J private exoneration Georgia Clark Howell.
._,",III.. ill))* p Jed before the culminating outburst Railroad Regulations.We traveler.Yhuruupon the questioner
It always leaves, For a time It looked all though replied In a whisper to a friend "Well !.A-
!I" ll i'm-k of emotion. :
< thing\ for an even. ballot! would be required. But assert tho right of congress to I this Is a confounded lie. but It dittera'tram
-.iilil l Bedlam of Sound. GIn exercise L.C. ]
t complete control over Interstate Stephens
| the very lip- steady llna'of states which joined I : Ills other lies, which are general-
-> ,il und .. ; l .." where the As the announcement of the Nsbraskan's I. seconding Kern's nomination sot commerce and the right of each ly as broad as they are long." iftt
bust ... actual nomination was state to exercise like control .
ed. made It apparent that the chances I ot over commerce

1* .. ..-- male, tho whole assemblage rose en all other candidates had boon extln within its borders U Grocer

Next to .." masse, waving flags handkerchiefs,, culshed. We demand such enlargement of th.I HUMAN HANDSDO Kirby and Morris Btrwli

Weull newspapsrs hats and coats anything powers of the Interstate commerce
that "all spirit of Mrs. II. '1',. and everything which hands could lay Votes Given to Ksrn. commission as may be necessary to NOT TOUCH IT Palatka Florida.

Jack. dull flight to time been upon to wave aloft or burl Into tie: Mr. Towne In person was the flra compel railroads to perform their du P'!

her .IIOIIIH Ore,,,. air while candidate to recognize the declalv ties : tb. time the
nt a bedlam of sound pouredout as common carriers and prevent rom raw mnUrl.ln nM>h one II!
lr\ .e have Kildny morning. from these ten thousand< throats nature of the Kern movement and In discrimination and extrotlon. ,\\1} ,,"'" th.r .re.plli..lr handled, tnllnlr cl_by ma- nanaaanaceecerrcEceenEuropean: : ; : : : : :
mid :li..PC to
yiuntf shun.
a ringing speech iie withdrew his name Labor -- -
tli-y do not !grief-strlcktn loved. and Injunction.

to work. ( friends she calm Experience has proven the necess- JeII-O ICE CBEHm powaer .
fell into that sweet. ty of a modification of the Hestej
The present law to b.. .
no awakening I relating to Injunctions om eont.niln.t d. It li strictly
man takes and we rel p.,: asS teK:;: Our ,-*." ta Furnished Rooonu.
In the .. were conduct. I the pledge of our national plat a*your :

I gets bow to "" manner b) forms of 1896 and 1904 In favor of th,; ICE CREAM I. Easy to Make. Hot and Cold Bat,

of MrlruHO, thV measure which passed the Unite 1 quart milk.
friction and i uiuile In th" cum.- States 1 pmkaeJttLt.t) leg At
it senate In CItLtK: Powder.
1896. but which 1lt.. .
forces. .... church near a .od free .wttbo,5 eookag.
republican congress has ever sine til..pl..I..tlH( (l
Many of Clmrles Kupperl
refused Tbli .ok..
enact two quart of .
:: ptrlent relating to imoaeh.v ?
sulferi-r .
things' In a ., In federal courts contempt vet., ieser'srfl,dollclnu.l., ft....... Tn.: 10
tuberculosis In I and iiiiflUtiS5tc5atoC Fla.
providing fo about 1 rant. pt.... Palatka
They Jump % She win pertuutly trial by Jury In cases of Indirect con' f/avm-l, ChocoUlt, Vanilla,-S,,."' .
lug from I and resigned that tempt, er'"y,Lmo*end Un/lavarnl. '
." Sold by l'rvli
another. To Sin",
We favor the Yourhrem.er,2 p..h" rot Cite Uu.Hliioss
,sion and "" .. Christian, government eight hour day on all doosaotk.ep 5000gb ,... -or br mcii U lie' Men imd Others:
work II. -
I l ..,, whAt the Bap, / .
They waste only thlriuun yea N Sr We pledge the democratic party to .-The! Gen Me Pies Food _Co., t. Roy, H. Y. I I have opened an office wit Itt*t
minds are tha enactment of a law by congress! _. __I.3hlI. __ Ford on Front street and am Fri

feverish. Influence of her I as far as the federal Jurisdiction --------. -- ... to do aU kinds of stermugrsPh1ttt

glare In : !. She was and Blwayr her tends, for a general employer Ilabll ex v |by ilun't you keep- out:- of the- writing wrrk. either Ly JJcJd P1e IL53:;
everyone; tract.
ity act UllnKS ,
They In doing nil sh.. covering Injury to body or now." ale "inning smoothly
w '- at the life's bu rtlen for loss of life of employees. pllal'SanltarlulII. I
: We pledge 1I11I't' aytoua Private Ho
the in"Y euSH8ed
This is democratic party to !! yet daughter
the nut knows
to love
her and enactment of from
ns In other a law creating a de experience that a .
her best loved her partment of labor young mnn who flnds thIngs

extent. for good Is I si arately b represented sep (too ..monthly Is npt to runnin for 'b i roIf' ::!
the get bored Every torlllty I .J"
Dud I'
; !
Luncheon l rnmdri of those win fnii cabinet. ,
whIch quit.Unimns;: City Journal arid department ,
men. They will live when the WILLIAM J. DRTAN. shall Include the hlxetrlinl uppllinw, t1r,.'.ll
.... laid subject of mines .. \ i'
In Its t.t Is and mining. s" jTurr" '
j ,,
they were "
1111 ?
more. In exultant yells, cat calls, Comancnewarwhoaps DELICIOUS putl .
'w..EDId Civil Service. BANANA CREAM. Muoo",1 Ave 3rivi.ni. "'
Pie)? thought and ho with ... A. ';' IL iI!
I .. .v the added 'din of The laws This ...rl..lo. blOChly KLUl"J'I ;,'" ;,"
as a crazy loved ones. and pertaining to or rerornnenet bY olle
I shrieking horns the the civil or '
of ,
roar ro're.pon.I."t,
megaphones II
nil her "uU..rlng, service should be iiiorow. ; try it for des.t to I
play In ... .." from earth t and the strains of the band JOHN W. J>:EItN.: enforced to honestly and rigidly i......1 riCe Inrll" bananas. I
the rub
: end ,1k. smooth with I NOTICE'Pnlatktc
business Is
;: playing as exultant anthem. and teaIoouia, ul ,
"oc"r. Add Ifl
were only i ability shall be standard "f .w..t cue IO..lIp I l7.
from the .jrlri "be.r.n JuiHlds }
consideration to" Florida
I ther .. Nomination Unanimous. and pledgeJ his apo Ore lit.'' ti.'kmure stiff f.'ot". jimun ai polntment uf !
I If these they that din In support to the ticket of Brian nod and promotion, rather than III ('4 h'nel1l'o "III"oc.emon WI"..J. ):I.I.-4h1llhOlved 1 will he received 'k'
When for a moment order services '01"1 toniio mold of W \
; could do .. could I Kern. rendered to a political rb..,wh.n eold, tOriteI, wIth ,imflljed eke,-. Council the City :;"
party. Nerve I a
secured wfli tar
out of this
to contribute to her tempestuous chaos Delegate J. T. 1(00,1 I : hY'J'L'UJ'i! ,. July 21st atI p.m.
; Hill of puiding : IJ"i. Ii5'5"
'I Georgia Who ; :=
by during her last day of demonstration state after state in nominating Mr. Howell Stands for ( a' tue" .per pee kage, ,i I Lion of eight tliuux*" grsS'
relaxation had made Democracy yards o
) and soiifrser which had at first recorded Its vote' I ISrorors (8,600)) square nl'
4 And. play In her hmiii by Rev for Johnson or Dray fell Into line quite a bit with the convention, rosand The democratic party stands for de sidewalks, aooordhitf W I p.ttolpcpcUlo..tlona
withdrew E
Her favorite. Mr. Howell'a mocracy, the I-IXTB'S in Lbs
name '
Bcinir with republican bll'1'h.
(hours tho I
i ness column ,
overmastering and
party "nosyFf
I iii'
VVslMnpr 'rliisii.. seconded Kern fur oounolL reserves
i doorgla. itself
t I ha worn ; tol.: Aly Havio I the nomination was made unanimous Withdrawal quickly followed from .all The that is arlltocraUo i issSarafiffaaa f Cream I: lilly or all bl Vermifuge
However by acclamation. tbe supporters of McNelll! ot democratic p bit addresS EttgIimc53': I; !
cm fever of assurance to 1)e- The taking of the vote bad been tlcut Connec. ;I J. J1 CirlAltih1'A. '
leaving the "
ilia cie"lriw'm realize followed with breathless Interest as Indiana < candldal ; I 5 '1', 'JKIAV '"
I. Wall oi"n ng.imst ; mad with hand. Bryan of the Connecticut candidate vate I"
monopoly irrOK
strength. When New was no' The iilit'l'
'I' XO largely Imv. pt-rlect pttc' In tbe York was reached oompllshed by I motion that the no'm : ty lIotene to the :Most 1US"rE1t l y } tii," } I
call of states voice WORMREMEDY In
the ot COif"
., amid announcement the BK3T
dug praises whole ( I IPUBSCRIBE
All the I lu nation of Kern be made by acclam; people and t. It.\ ( ..
) In of Chief :Murphy "seventyeightvotes tlon. gauges progress by the taste rh,lrworn_tM
l.oldllY April 2-1. 1871: (b..lnR for Bryan," brought out a wild: prosperity and advancement ot the I ;

L, good. All ( bite: wns tho all, list outburst ot enthusiastic approval _Convention Adjourns rage man: the republican a- .

I 'wouldn't and ii-orgla IIol-[ 1 which for a time compelled the The motion was carried subservient to the party I. FOR r .,
.. suspension with II comparatively few
; It through by her hus' of the roll call deafening shout, and the great who are benel1clarles at THE TlMfS.U'
two slstp .. governmental CHILDREN'S
"L We
would ,
all semblage broke Into invite
( A clamorous the
and Mrs.
J. M Long Session. demo
ot all eO-operaUon I stases ,....... P"'
or "
stratton regardt55 ....
just brother. on the of ... 5'/1"
carry ilic kr, accomplishment was The Great
The convention adjourned at 5 60 of its affiliatIon previen poiitiral """ ....... ..y so ",

F, Into the Holloway.T-, E. Stew art o'clock. Friday morning until 1 p. m., cratlo work and national the completion ticket. ot.tb. demo. : or past differences Ballard-Snow. Liniment. Co. Tbtn pa"ltV oih.:,UIP,1.60, ..:...'.:"'

after having been In session con tin u- : TV s.ouis. MO. 1'.11001.-. _
Vine .. The
wino the nomination
J. K. JeSus Hupramif weary ; ously for more than eight hours. As was made at 4:23: Hold and SemI-Weekly 1 mes.C
grr : : ::::; \ : ran and the convention adjourned recommended bj The ,
ulury prupurml foi r thu the delegates and wIthout 6
Coast R"II. I spectators )Jeft I the date. Ackerman & The Farmer ,and rrull"? ,
r hall the Stewart. ...
stAftmenfe echoes
tbsn a"' .."an." of enthusiasm continued .- 1If .,.
-- 0' iS :; ..
: .
IU ,
F: the 'lbs frld
on Key : to ,
-ALOvznO'xi I. reverberate throughout I the Send lltop. .04.1 i..A"'reI..d, ..,P ,'"
: liD_ this .. building( while crowds outsida took on. Grainger yur finest nsxt stock groanry In town.Order to A. ecierne. Itching salt rheum In.hntl, Cur \ plies I m -10,5.550.s'&lli';:.SiKK5: :

I, herpes. ao"bl-Doloa'a tetter. !Itoh. hivea TlmI..UaloaJlckSGIljJJI,
OIDtment. At florlda
I any drug lltor,

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I. Crescent A NeW Packing Co. A Mloplaoed! Pin.

lA"m: Come to ua City Hews The Crescent City.Junction Pack. "I wns In nn uptown tea room where. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAU.WAY ..

titus In all out of proportion to
scenery _
-- -- Ing Co., unincorporated, was recently '
for your tho amount served you," said a New LOCAL TIME CAPD No. 75. IN EFFECT
"I A. T. Sqnler Jr. of Omega has been organized with K. A. Hogartb York clubman. "I was dallying with l 1903 ,

lit for some days and with- Mrs chairman and Walter Cliff secretaryand some Ice cream when my spoon struck No. 99 I No.29 ); IN LINE No. 98

\[:SpringGarden ; OrOROontlJlly Sprier, has been stopping at Grove treasurer. Among the membersIn n common everyday pin In the bottom Dally Dally I L-J8 Dally _

I nl t'J"I IY. Il1lh a.tYOKI m. Hall in order to be near a physician addition to the above are Chute U. of tho frozen .stutl. I gave a little Siipm pm: te er.: Ic r....::;::::;;H'',..';,.o ,.m, ::::;:;:,:':t: 6 tj.i tO i'm: 'IMii 7 RIO sIn 1ens

i; : :: I"I ; Mr. Squler's Illness Is due to on InJury Morrow E. II. Walker, V. I. Carrier. wave, anil n waiter slipped to my side, 752pm ne, "' ............" ".. .. ... ................Lv bospm S211 sin
I o. ::::: ::: : V iJ f-'I
; Seed u. .MOlld.y.' .:: U to his hand and for a time blood Edgar McQrady and J. J. McGrady. Bee, a pin In this \Ice cream' I said. gall pot got: m c: Lv I.e: ::::::::::::::. u:lanond..Lv., ,::::::.:.:::::,.: 507 I Ot c: :44 50 ::: .J.iu J.

(', S.. W.dn..day.TtlQHUiiy...... 77 To ?! poisoning was threatened. At last The company has bought a lot of 'Why took I might linve swallowed that' ii 10 us pot pm: :2 au'': I:: I:::::::...:::::':,.:i'.,,'l'flVPRRRt,cullo ..:"::;:::::::t: iT::i'm i'm:: I 555 66 s.n en _

10.I. Vhnraday.Jrrlday./..... 70 To reports he was Improving. Mr. J. P. Appleby ut Crescent\ City June- lie When he returned the glass he and reminded dlsol'peH'O"mo of, ml: :! Pt sue : It t2, pun.ufl t:::::::::"::::it:,, 1 ,.'...,.::::::::::::::: lttOp.a 12 25 pa m an an,

: New Stock It.: Squler was attended by Dr. Hensot, crosses lion at the the A.corner O. L.where track the and road will an undertaker he was that solemn. vi 1245 as ::: 4 000 Pu p0 1IRI: l\'i: :::::::;:::::::\' y,,(lululo..I., ,.;;::::::::::::.Lv, jids it 54:: 1 103 tC am sIn ._ _

+ Has JustArrived. and Dr. K. W. WarfelTwas called In Immediately begin the ereotlon'of a 'That pin-bag lost' a man his job sir: :tue ho am sot 1 00(14 p1,1 pRo: Ic.::::.::.::Iv.nrr.;; ;: .:.....,.::::::::.. :: 7 565 lIe ::: hi P t.a. ::: _
."" '' consultation last week,from Palatka : ho said. 'Well, I replied 'I am ,,
eta .n Lo. Ft Still
large packing: house for citrus fruits. for that,,. but it might have cost me my; toe ala m: I 1,0 iun:: Ar.:.:::;::::........ ',,,,\?.....::::::::::::t: 500 ::: nA pin p: _
; E. L. Waterman has recently! been .tlOOO .,ft .lhOsin I....."...,,,....... 14m.mt./r, Oft 10 pm taeopai.rt
i e Personal The building n ill bo erected tinder life when you come to think of It. ,,,. .
i I Ott am .10 tO uoa Ar".lIoln.ud" .. .IvatOpm ii 00 pin
appointed engineer in charge of the the supervision of a building commit. 'Ye, sir' said the waiter meekly. Then. lJOOpm ...."...."=""..,..Ar.''::'' ., !!!'!.!!!!.!'.Y '!)o.,1r: '.'"'.' ....=:..:.;;......"' '''.' itoeesia' _

.""' ''''' mechanical plant of Stetson University tee composed of O. B. Morrow V. I. 'You see sir, most of tlo folks that .Daily accept Sunday. t..ula'. .. ...d 'l.hll..y.tlllly, T".dAr"Ad snturdaiu only.

[Fine Stationery and Toilet County a position he is thoroughly Carrier J. J. McQrady and Walter eats here just sips their ice creamn< _ _ PAI.ATKA BRANCH -' SLsv.
[ In competent to fill and one that Is particularly don't chew it.' "-New York Times. --- '
ppent Monday
r pleasing to him in that it Clilf. The company. has adopted the : EAST PALATK'A I Leave PALATKA TO ArrtvaPalaukaTO
Articles. The Musician following rules: PALATKA Pala,1ta, Pnlaka LAST PALATKA Pal..L.. _
enables him to live in the best college Growth ef Pity. .
Helen Norton First. That the company be called 1180.01 "..,.."...No. 411 lI.n" ..". ...: M;.n ftll I; ::::: 47 Daily......= 8Ii--,;; _
town lu the south while the the Crescent City Junction Packing :No one formerly looked on with any Cl: aln "....".,No. 413 10.... 8.NI.m 41)) 1I..ly..........., .20 .,D. _
Mrs. Mary young people 'of his family securing pity or even horror at punishments 9 tAt en ...No. e0\ tInily..0.a Ct Rn 111 iii Ruin. Ot 11.11"............, II N sin
Company Unincorporated. 11 60 .. .. ........ .
Store sIn .No. Ct 10 p. 2/)0/ pm .No. 65 1..11"" 810 pmS
.ound'sDrug early Ruby In Mathis the an education. His Crescent $50 Heoond.end and Shares capital of us company much as to can be description.are now Men found were. too broken dreadful on the for 5 05 05 pm p.n: .::: ::::-n: : :: I ieily..4:: ::::::::::::. 01 t'un: 4 3::x 1 lila u.m:: :::::::::::: : hi bit 0.11 Osuly.::,::::::::::::. 4 I tO 2h tim pin: S
City friends will .
him .
congratulate 'R pn ..N". r.1I IJ ,.. HU"% Roo.l.m hQJ.atui.Ll3ll.,
be got subscribed. Shareholders to wheel were burned at the stake were _
.\ Crescent City, Fla. Miss Nellie on this fine appointment.The pay 10% at onoe; ona-Tialf balance1st racked were cut up alive. No one ___SAN:MSTEO flRANCU.___ _ _

4 spent Sunday old Ben Wado home just northof August; one-half 1st September seems to have felt any pity for thel Leave EAST PALATKA tIv. Leave SAN MATIO TO AcTive, S

1II1t.1 'llIIm IIIIUriJllrn 1JII1'! '1III11IMliI/lllllIIlIlIr/! llIIl,. and Mrs. Henry the town limits has been sold to build Third.packing The object house of near company(,I'"ICent to agonies. Men were put Into noisome pI:: ta2. ...SANMA'rE: (). ..rno:: \...f:. :,,_J_EAST PALATKA. P:::: --

William M. Mr.' F. C Harding of Daytona who Junction fitted with blnna, prisons whore with bad air and Insufficient a so sin ............N". do Ocily. ".. .... 8 hO am '9'O sun ... .. ..14... 50 IIU .m S SS
City ill 01 ........ ..No. bit I liuilv. : ......,No. lit DaiRy..P 1 0<1 m
died unnoticed
food they 8.1:
g ww ww will : J "
W Saturday from a move his family here immediately slzer and other internal fittings, for .=.;; :' _
I use of of citrus fruits and to and unpitied. It is very different now. No.I1: Z40.iO 1'0.17 T M\\'FORT N i'". IS No.II:: Net
St. Louis. Mo., -not later than Auguet 1st. buyer ,
: M, H, -READ, Mr. is rent same to buyer at a charge of 20 Human hearts are more tender. Datty lallj Dun", tJRAICJf Dally I 'Pall" Dally
Harding a traveling salesmanfor
\ 1
Mrs. Shiver' the K. per packed box.: I 500pm 200 p'n I-9' < ..,;. t.v.ln'k.ioillIi..Ar i -:: ,. : [ 00'j;;; put';
J. Smith Co. of
I REAL ESTATE. dian Springs Candy Fourth. That the company shall She Vot.d. 8. 010ln iI 41) 1.1II,102111.n, I., .1iIil, .. I I..".".Ii I.. II 211 sp, I t 40 am n201''''
spend the Jacksonville and has long been coinIng rent the packing house to the buyer "What the of debate in .. 008 I'm 24 pun ,,10".n I." .\11."... 11.11, h IN 0 In nlll t lilt arn n 1ft lieu _
was topic
0111"club .
.-- TlO R'I> "". cci uunl Ii 21)' ,."l _
_!Iil.l njl
"t .I1..IJdJ 1 j51. !
who shall of majority Y.1 : '. .
: Crescent City, Fla. season. '. to Crescent City to sell goods to buy the crops a today?" nuked one member of the : _
of the shareholders..Fifth. NOr 5 ln. I I N.a: r'n.4' 11n. 91 No. 10 _
our merchants. Every trip added to wishto feminine socloty. Iy DaIly Orange '.''it': 8raod, ,il.Is. > lhiIly Sanford Branch 1I.lIy
That should .
Arthur his appreciation or the town and he rent the house no buyer by November "Tho topic of debate" was the response. .!!.:..!Silo.. ,x. ltun.:. _._ ___. no 0 ti. "X IIfl.. .t. $411.: _ n.K..n
|Tbe Howe property-"Ores- ] ; for a vacation of decided packing "Why-er-let me see-I can't g 40 I'm OOO.m r... Now Slulyrmie AT. lit. I'hl ,I <" I"" n I Si I "m Iv 711uYulioAr. IUO pm
finally to locate his home shareholders
1st, a meeting of to 8 2t 10 8(1( I.tke, IlI' I IlCl I 9'1,0 Ar. t4alIrorIt' 1,0. II 80 sun
the 0 il isul
tint Hlll"-ls now on roar- well, S. C. Mrs. l iere-with the above result. Mr. be called and manager appointedto remember what the topic van. But I sad pun pn: iotolun: t:: Orson. Cuuy'; L, i 2vi I l.iii;,:: i ::1 I I liiu:.un .. : ., ... : : ..

there some time. Is ship the fruit of: }First the shareholders voted on either the positive or negative 540 pm _lIo0"m) _Ar (tun.lffoui! J. :IlmJp! t '!' J:.'"__',;., ." .,....""...... ..."...... .."....
attention /given; to | E. V. Harding a comparatively young as they shall Individuallymake side of the question. I forget which." Onnnmn'IoRe mIS Ret lCsi',r1':...;;. .s .S '_' r ,r C'. Wait. ..sl: 't'v'tn'. ..

resoont City property listed nan with a' wife and three children. terms with him; Second, cropsof Washington Star. e..Tho.e 1'1\1Ie T"1U.F.* Bliftw 11". II"I ...'set. ..ltjl, p05.10, R..D7 b. ...,.eoto.I ill ISS" _
'j jith I the McCormick, It Is his purpose to build yp .the others than shareholders. the ..1.m,1 d.I''rU..u tile -v.,..I ,.di.u. : I" .1 I iI., Ir nrrl h ". .l.e. tre, at tile Rune..
| me. ,.. ....101 1leiY .p'su.Ilie' .uomaror
properties, has to the 2o tet.t to iiotuarsnteoS' .rot..o. i i.e tfl "" SRI3 fursy
manager pm
grove and start a chicken farm. pay company ..
box for of house, The Problem' Solved. .ny .n..o arl.In.rOir.I'nni., _' ._ ''
packed use packing -
two months
M e e Crescent City people will give this Newed-My wife bas a habit of taking For Inpy or .. C ii .T| ne Olhci I fu >rinn1tnnAt
Sixth:! : Any of th. above rules can' : : :- ti] lti'1] r.. ,: J : :..
Mrs. J. J. new family a hearty welcome be changed by the votes of a majority money from my pockets wben I'm SlV ilU.
J.D. A"NEa.Alt8lstant (l..n rllll'n l4. Ab< ::.TlN v FLORIDA ::5
L. :DC.: Sperxcer: : Htlne returned The properly Is one of the prettiest of shareholders.It asleep. Oldwed-Mine use<1'to do that, '__ 1 .._5 ,_.-. _fr- ,
after A visit of places In this section, being at the Is understood that Walker Bros .too but she doesn't any more. Newed

;; Dentist. lives here and at top: of a hill overlooking Lake Crescent of Orlando the well-known orange -How do you prevent it? Old wed-I

-- .- Mrs. Mary It has been the property of buyers,' have arranged to lease the spend every cent I have before I go
homo.-Chicago News.
Hoe .at Sealdenca on Froapeot Street. "Lakeside \V. S. Mlddluton of Pomona for some new packing house for the coming

nt C1t. Florida_ penters and time, who made the sale. It Is Benson and that Messrs. J. J. and

greatly Improved stated that the price paid for the Edgar McQrady will manage it for A WAY THEY HAVE _

place was 13,000.: ( them. Atlantic Coast Line
St. Johns) River by Daylight. Iii is. Lulu hay
The News also has It on reliable _
lady of Some Early Orange Sales.A What Title Palatka Citizen Says
: Beach & Miller Line authority that Chase & Co. will soon
visit to her few Corroborates the Story
Crescent City orange grow- Only Excursion
begin the erection of a large packing: to
Miss Hay visited ers evidently have been led to believe of Thousands
Steamer CUESCENT. house at the Junction on land tensed

Mrs. Capt. that the present stringent: money from the A. C. l>.. The particulars related by this representative
turned front market of the country, together witha citizen of Palntkn are i ST. PETERSBURG

-?.Jaoknanf llleon Tuo.cta;.,Tburadaystturdaya nied by her ( prospective large crop of Florida POMONANEWS.Miss .. similar to hundreds of others in this I
at 1-80: a. m. for Ureen COT*, -
will combine to the priceof
Stearns,'who oranges put
Creaoanl Oily auU principal Way city. When there are scores people and Return. ;
visit. fruit down to the lowest notch for Ethel Smith has returned all anxious to tell about thu ben-
.* ,
Re.... U. H. the coming fall and winter. TheRewith from n short visit to friends In Jack.
frnlng.leavaaOrraeentclty on Wadneany lIIe. ellIs received from the use of Doan'sKidney
and Mondays.7 a. m. for New York to the probable scarcity laborto Ion v Fills the greatest skeptlola Rate: $3.00 .
Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. Fisk have
| villa wbart footof Laura Street ance of the gather the fruit. to New England to spend the gone re- Palatka must be convinced. Rend

iiettawoart peels to visit This looks mighty like borrowing nalnder of the summer. the following

... toot nf]Lomon .... north later In the trouble, Arthur W. Smith has been upendng W. K. Wattles, living on River St From Palatka, Florida. ,

.. Mr. and Mrs. It was reported on Saturday that ( a few days III town visiting his 'nliitktt, Florida, says:

i CLARK, Traffic, ManagersJackionville latka, spent a "" lessrs. Edgar W. McQrady C. .13. paren tH. kidney"My wife trouble had for boon a number uflllcted. of years.with Tickets on sale July 22J, returning up
Bros 'had 0
Morrow and the Carrier
moon trip In Misses Florence and Mary Williams and had received no positive or last- and including train Jso. 40 on July 27th.
Fla. Mr. and Mrs. H. sold their orange crops to Walker are at home again after spend. log relief from the various remediesshe )

turned: home on Bros of Orlando for 75 cents per box InK a week in We. Ink a with their had tried. I procured a box of Further information call on ticket agentor

on the trees their grapefruit and ather. Doan's Kidney Pills for her at J. H.
cent City Transfer Co. The Misses write' to
nnd after
tangerines at $1.! Mr. McOrady and A "Floral Party" was given by Jauxhtoo's drug store .:
Hutchinson, using a few doses.she snld that she >
Tr. and Mrs. H. A. Perry Monday
| all trains at Outsat nt City Juno-) Mr.VIII Carrier have confirmed theeport had been greatly benefited ; In fact
Mrs. George night July 13th In honor of Mr. :
t the latter however, only so lad received more relief from Doan's 4
A. W. Fritot I
Night trains by appointment. are spending I a and Mrs. Cliii,. L. Plplar.
fAr its the fruit on the home place U Kidney Pills than from any remedy ,
B. M. LABBEE. Manag8r.HJlRRIS Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Heath of Frultland Is the she had previously tried. "She' hud -
The scheme to concerned. Mr. Morrow states that guest of 1Irs.V. S. Middloton. been n great sulTorer from backache -3- TJivlsion Passenger Agent 130 W. Hay Street. ) S S
pre.ton."I Ie, has not sold but that he will do and also complained of severe pains
Miss Beatrice Wald spent a few \
the purpose of better offer' In I her Sinus < JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. f-
10 unless begets a a days this week with friends here. rough: kidney regions.
ting a railway on few days. taking Uoan's Kidney Pills two 1
ership plan to Mrs. M. E. Erwin left Tuesday for months ago, I have not heard her
The largest crop In the history of Her mother Mrs. Wei- her "
Barber (llud Michigan. complain of rornwr.I1''l1bl..s. "' 1'
U. L. hns a
citrus fruit in Florida '11'111the
growing dron accompanied her.ws. For solo by all deojem. Price 00 tenth

CRESCENT. CITY. Hon. J. It. year following the panic of 1803!! 1oIlddlpt'oll has commenced 'oHter-MUburn ('0., Buffalo New York --

Y.. owner of the The crop of that year was estimated to move into his new store sole agents for the United States. .

sn shop and a clean IntletacShl.e erty has at 6,000,000 boxes. The panic of that Misses Frederloa and Clara Hutch Remember the name.Doun's-and 1
take no other.
r and Hair Cut Ktmrantt. t f. building lot to year was the real thing: and no Inson of DeLand are guests of Miss I
Try me. Palatka
The News
or this place. noke bellevo. And yet the price of Nellie Keown._, Floating Eggs of Fish. ,

tlowe. oranges on the trees at Crescent City Among tbe fishes 'which produce
Sacks Wanted. WELAKA NEWS NOTES.The .
be mentioned the
A hard road was $1.00 and tl.OB. There were floating egos may

feed purchase hull and corn potato oat sacks feed,If cot-in cent City ales In south Florida at a less figure, Whist club met with Mr. and cod mackerel bcnlto cusk. haddock the
many of tlia flounders, etc. A $1.00 Year.
Dallow this week. Those
onditlon. that deserves but> south Florida oranges don't compare Mrs. John
on curious and Interesting contrivance -
and Mrx. C. L.ireenwood very
PALA'l'K4\. IOE FACTORY. with the fruit raised In this sec- present were Mr. t
citizen. In float the
to at
Mr. and Mrs. W Swee- for causing egg ,
any old place Ion, and freight Is much higher. miy' Mr. and Urs. L. A. Morris, Mrs. surface which otherwise would sink: to

The Florida crop of the present 10'. CrCochran and Mesxrs. H, Miller, the bottom Is that resorted to by the
port. estimated C. B. Packard Mr. aieason. The fish of China. The
year Is conservatively beautiful paradise
There has ; Place of
Our Business
cry Serious hereabouts lately ,000,000 boxes and the panic is colors were won by !Mrs. lnl'rllnd\ mall fish constructs a floating raft by Only
ifr. Sweeney
hen roosts rapidly fading away. expelling from his mouth bubbles of is at address below where we carry in stock large supply of
IU bing Mr. K. S. Green was. In Jackson coated with fatty secretion
a very serious matter to aa1en. air a
has Interviewed a number
tens have The vllle'l'hur.d/lY. which collecting on the surface cling Engines, Boilers, Saw Mill EdWI', Planers, Shingln :Machines,
e medicine and .have the. of our leading growers. They Threshers in fact all Wood Working machinery Saws:
Belting and
IH ,
For, this irunnln' A revival Is being: held In the together until a raft of viscid scum several ; .
ng one given you. for the evil. will not sell, at less than a dollar. \Methodist Episcopal church by the Inches lu extent Is formed. After Supplies. Write us what you want we cnn supply you and save you S
on wa In buying
urge you Junior One prominent grower said he would pastor, Rev. J. H. Dav itHsUted by the eggs of* the female are. deposited money.

i careful to get the genuine- The lat his fruit rot first. lIe won't haveto. the, He.... Sllvey pnstor-of the church and fertilized on the bottom In the usual '
served ice cream
iC: Hastings. manner the male collect them In Malsby Co.

ICKDRAUGHT uoou at the The Crescent City crop for the The dance at Frultlnnrl Inst Thnr-- his montU end ejects them Into this

:Spencer: and the coming winter ID large: but not over clay nlffht wits attund'-d by I InMlsans frothy receptacle which he keeps. Inconstant
Liver Medicine that, the people : Nettle and Viola McL" 10,009( ( boxes III excess of last season. .
J. anilutl ,
Mensr I,.
would do so Manor Hilque, by additional fatty bubbles until -
Pho reputation of this old, relia. In \Us duadllukt woik nnry
This got
K medicine for constipation. In. B. B. Harris > McLcod the.yourTji i are hatched which occurs In ,,- Atlanta S
lion and liver trouble la nrmabllshed. Payeon mill In Ihll nldMt of the shipping season Miss. Marion Hllqnu, of Nashua: I.t.he In two or three days. Another method of Ga.

It does not Imitater last wluiior. If the ""nlo continues Kiinst of the .Mlwses N"Ulellnll floating the egg Is that of the lophlus

medicines. It Is better than out most any It will result In making labor more Viola MoLood. or gOOllell b. The eggs numbering 5

I'll i,liver or it would not be the- fa.to for the local abundant. The only pitnio to be Misses Mary and 1.'lorencRVII.- some l DO.OOO: are Inclosed 111 a ribbon A \I. : .:'t LvirCuti I : .1 1 :I.L':.r ui"Ut.tiit; i'ir aiinlfsls, Order For Publication.

i powder with a larger this wheiiyou this time Is the kind that I liniH of Pumonn are visiting! their shaped, gelatinous mass about a foot ,
i than all others combined. eared at viM'tl'' : if t ih.Vuru-.ll: ''I i' n'hlih oc I" the Vlroulll"ourt F.1"hlh J"II.IIII" Vlr.u".
lumler. sister. Mrs. K. ';. Qrven. wide and forty feet In length which Putimm Jaunty, ..1..1..1". ( .
SOLD IN TOWN ... may sleze the growers and Induce ':r* hi one of .Inlin I) imo's funeral UhiiiHM'ry.

----- Wallace visit) them sell their fruit at a price never Mrs. J. V. Ward Is visiting Mrs. loots at tho surface until the eggs! are wi-iiiO':'.< i'li\ c.1 i imlKimiit! t>X|>rosslou to Vlrull llrm of llull Hull.1,.!Mnnnuor Noblf (t Korraloauro of

week for a before heard of In this section. H. 1C. WaUl In Cre.u8I1t.Clly' this batched. tvlrit inusi! iliiuljtros-i lnive b,t'n a com- Mortga
his parents week.A uon,, condition of an sensitive It bralu."I J"'PI 1 it
His Covering. i Don't do It. Wean a boy tunes bus'blll'nll, ( "ck".ln.ldo Itnjipimrlnii l>y nltltlikvlt nppenilixl to th*>'
day In the spring of 1874 Cap M. Reeves. He modern hard road Is to be built oust wo nmrvol nl the quantity and variety i throw myself down In my cunmMT hill mud: In: thu nlniva: atntml. finiHH: time
$100 Howard $100. between Wclaka- and Hatsumaieights rtlolua ha haa stowed awny. Ciltl lunitthii nltrlng ) anil I cull In nnil invite Uod and ''Ju."Ih itnapus tin l)..r ntlnnt, tli r.,ln
p> freight outat pulled Into Ilelo- OOllege In loon marhloi. ft lloma-ohiiMtniit., a ton, brAK nll".1 In J'i non-rualilont' of the Stasis i>(
?nt. After uuloadlng the freight stated that he Tho if adorn ot this f.1'o will I be plwwad: to : a distance of about ae..enm nail',,Itiobuory-flluts; ,nn anlu.| and i many. :mon hit augcU tfifivthrr, ami when they I Klorliln. flint la a n,.lilent th,, HtnU' at
team tiles there la at dreaded dlnoaneUat no.' rtliilOH. are Rumored bv lube "...,..|.rmr up of are there I neglect Uod ntnl bin angels I Potuilssyiyulului I : Over tile (Oo of twentT-ono. p
nulo skinners" to a man ra- bean nlile to oura In ml iRe .
view to entering itilence tuna nconalduren trilloit. \\0 think oollwllon veiirH, mid ( la nn p r ou lit tIlls
'to the combination ambling( a aiioa. and that la Catarrh Hitll'a Catarrh T. S. Sanders of McriMft'a. Inland Is lord on n "bny'H pocket And It Is. for the noise of a Uy. for tho rattling I Htute of .H..t..g\!: .. :. whoRl, : tile aorvlu*
OuR,,la the only punitive cure now known to \\\tobow\ r think of turn. variety I nnil mUellany ''of Hulipoi'nn would' bin.I
It It now the guest of hit ,daughter, Irs.V.. of a couch for the whining, of a dog.I ; aitvli Uvfeiulniit;
hand proceeded to loud them- tao medical trittarnlty.:; OaMrrh boliur a OuR. of tbo aubHtnncoH wa ,put Into' tb... It In thi.r.'foiHi onlurvtl. thnt anld iuii-rH.l-
Late In 'the- afternoon Zob Re.v- K. 1'. tltuilnnal dlnaaaa, requlraa ft ooniitltiitlanalnalinenl I Sweeney. >octet of our atomaolif, There the api>lnndhe talk on In the samo posture of prayer dent iJttrondniit hO niul ho la hureby mnutr,*
Hull Catnrth: Oura In taken Inoriiftlly and iHMlileM 'iUlte an lndlK. .Htl- uil to : to tho \
elite IhlnSH | lifted knees bowed upponr Hill of Ooinuliilnt IIIett -
will 'J.'hnll down
Smith's oldest t heed all of his. bard coin for the first of nuoouafilr'aoea, of the of system the itO'soo.thtreiy and! <.1earoylnir ilbble nf Fort Meyers; are hare on a hanto many mnrulea. And yet" wa womltr as though I prnyed to God\, mid If God !MONDAY t..elkl. DAY OF AUGUST A !I.lXIII. .,
|refreshment zigzagged Into tbe pit oLt e" tog' the' the patient foundation auvnKth by'bulldlnil: ; up thai I visit to Mrs. C It Greet, wooth. .hat the bnaka Htiimaalt down'KlV4M under onfc the strain'whon of caro-'ho.I"maah ihoiiUt ask me whol1 lust thotmht of 1 "'M.If.i.) the .allegation or anlil' bill
crawled under a wagon and following .,onatltullim nod ... .. ".. nature In dolnil Ita use. onllnK end trrexiilar mode It out,, .bn, pornotlv Toil In thnt prayer I cannot, tell fiomo- will bo taken .aa L-onfuMud by caRd. l>uhmUitnb .
the munu fuitli, In lieurnllve A COBTBNTHn WOMA1 I
work. The pmprlatuia haveon and permanontlv' ri lorod to linallli aid
10> sleep. After supper Smith powera that the. offer One Hundred Is always found In the same house withIlallard's .trttujuh by the Dnotor Plurce a UoltlunMeduml tltnos I dud lint 1 forgot what I was It la fitrthnr nnlnrod. thnt this Onhir hpiihllNhmltmcon
the (
his nightly rounds happened Milan, for any oaae that It tale, to cure Send Liniment. It keeps ) ,or"1'h action of thus ,medi- ibout, liut when I began to forget It I lcfor Four eonaountuewm'k
teatlmonlala.Addreae hoow (uRIc,.- In the Pnlntkn Newa. a >tiu lfpuhllMliiHl
IllOd. br llHt of Gun ,on the tnmaoh end other firimnw o nuwii
: tell. A of
(sleeping Zeb. \ V.J. OHEMRT CO, Toledo, 0. every member the family free from lon and nutrition i* eomarkoil, that roller 1 cannnt memory yesterday's I In anld Oouiity Rind "ntntff.Wltiivaa .
tier chilly, ain't JtV lie asked Rev. R. N. Inke Hull' Family! rllKfor oonntlpaUou. aches and pains It hea's' cuts, burns and from CRosses la at mine ox""rlolloo".I1nll hula pleasures a fear of tomorrow' I HIT lintul ami utlloliil e...1 l this tot S
1"". .
Baptist church ami. ouiro.rhaumattsiu, neuralgia h..d"'hoo." liver "truuultta, kidney dlo"doro. dangers a straw' under fence a a"yor July
scalds my ,
{earnestly prodding Zeb wltb a Saved the Edition.Sir kin eruptions. anil, otluir symptom. of a .111.I .- [seoul JOMBPnPRIOlO,
Mont stick morning and Oorl Ouseley used to lumbago and all muscular soreness and non,, stomach are iillckly I aiirud. Dr. amedlolnea noise In mine slur, a chimera Is my Olurk. Circuit. Court
Frederick stllTness. :Slue, 600 and $1.01)) a bottle I are purely I vexetablv-no alcohol or troubles In I Dv R. Raymond !!Price Deputy IJhtrk.A. .'"
brain me
esteemed my prayer
Zeb drowsily mum- much J .
pckoo 'tis tell a story about the famous Claren Oo. ablB-rormtnif driiK enter Into thulr oorapoUlon. [ liKljI..
aokerman-Stewart Drug
and the by It Is this braIn turned inward upon I Mollultur: for OoinplalnAli
place don Tress at Oxford which
t't Itself nnd darting out on side
'frald freeze' be every
yer ve'll coming would easily serious blunders may Problem In Political Economy.
"l cold ain't ItJ Say cap Jest church very "It's no use" said the young man In iris Name ef the Law. In purely random excursions that was For
when a new edition
on another wagon will yarr'oily's will be be rnucle. It was with henry rimmed eyeglasses. "1 A mayor In Par!* finished a marrlnge I responsible I cannot donbt for all the

Magazine there of the Bible was coming out, and not can't get Ibis political economy ceremony recently with the words contradictions of a career la which New and Up-to-Date

none of the till the final\ /evlslon of the text, when straight" "You are united." The wedding party the Inner logic is not at !kIt apparent

; THE PALATKA Wallace Harp.. In another moment It would have been ""'but'. the trouble?" nskcd the pro- bud just loft when be remembered that Fortnightly. Furniture and

cottage In irrevocably fixed in immortal type lesson Ha had omitted putt of the formula "1 tell you," said Blnnlck "men\ are. House Furnishing Goods

i.Cola Bottling Co. the old Brown hat the printer was discovered to "{ can't discover whether a lot. of and that conseiiavntly tbe marriage getting confoundedly deceitful these

being done by : have given the following "free" tenlorlngr people g'jubroke because we have bard was luralld. lie promptly opened the days that you can't trust your beat at very low prices

_ _t.. .Manufacturers of : derstood that of I Corinthians xv, 62: times or whether we bave bard times window and shouted after them "1 friends" Go to S

- Soda Water of All Flavors.IJIRY present with "The trumpet shall sound e e e and because a lot of people BO broke."- say, you know It Is lu the nnme of tbs "And whnfs worse" Interrupted "*..
w. shall be hanged" WashingtonStar. law that ;you ore united."-Paris Correspondence. Borrougbs gloomily "you can.tIt
Railway", :
; 8 nd na youroixlera.And.; your bent; friends to trust jou."-Ex- R. S. Mooney
here to live STAR..K1 TO DEATH "Wbnt happens when Greek meets ,
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In orange I. what could truthfully be laid of many O..Jt.. A OOLDBH W3DOXttO changa.attended _ r lrttkur Florida. .'

'l'he "" .:\ blldren who die. They have worms, "1 suppose. they speak G1"eeNew manna that a matt and wife have livedto A lIrn.LIOJfAUta' DAIRY -_. rf rf'SSIiL'I1JI1I1IIII1ILSIUlr.IIll1'1lllllll'lllllmUII1iI.
l l little thlnns-thoy: don't know It York'" l'res.iheavy a good old age and conirquentiy have by the highest priced baby
been sleudlly and poor don't malice It. If your child \ kept healthy. The best way to keep peolallat uonlil not ba cured of atoruaaaor 1 Undertaking Embalming.

until It Is now I. cross you, fretful. pasty complexioned and Impure blood makes s muddy tiealthr la to sea that your Ivor does its bowel trouble soy quicker or surer __ __ __
best paying. im : loses weight' for no- apparent) reason pimply complexion\ headaohes" nausea. du.ty.3n5: days out o(3iio. The only wo, ban. yourbitby If you give It McO",, '.
it White'.. Cream Vermifuge, you IndllJ 8t1on. Thin blood make :Ton to do this la to keep IHIIard'a Harblne Baby Elixir. Cures diarrhea dysenteryod I I WANTED-Second hand hair and
lug enterprises give' be surprised at the result and how weak, pale .100kl,., Burdock Blood Bit. In tho house and take It whenever your all rangeninta l ot the stomaob burlap; any kind. anv ,.",.ntHv. w.v-

[ SCHOOP Prop air this Is due will it picks up. Sold br Aokermantwmr ten makes the blood rich rod, pure.- liver gets Inactive.. 6uo per bottle or bowel.. Price XB cents and CO cents. I whore; wa pay fralffht. HiC'HJfOxu-
energy of Its quick; DlUCO. restore* perttot health ao'd by 4okertDan.8t wan Drug Oo. Sold by AtkaniMa-8tw Drug Co t I SAG Co., Rlohnjona. ., Va 6-2g-Ut.
_ ?Utka, Florida, manager, C. H. I

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Capt. W. D. Allen, es-eoDflty: commlssloner Tbe
-- + The Pal atka News of Frultland, was in the Mill Boy. end ban'oilguler,;eb III
city yesterday. Capt. Allen thinks lubs, scheduled tor ,
U a more press- flOOD, 1I'ae called oft yeSlerda":
.7. e .. .. .,. jog needuthano river bridge, and rain. aeenUtll If
) .1 and 2t says that while the people of the Dan G. Peasants
'" 'I' $ Airy 84Ppt1lln peninsula. are solid lu their oppoaltion tary and agency director l18alSlallt tees

to the aelaeweaoutt P. Heney, a mid BA
.' Personal 1 iileatioa.ea1Ne J would be arnnlt/or Florida Lire special agent
::t;!! lueuratce Ca 14
: It. ; house. e pending: a few V
days In lit
The Eleventh street paving will, be The swimming pool In the lot next'north the Interest of the the ail 14
ompleted by tomorrow nlgr.t. of the WHIJ Florid Life rpo.utly COlnpSQy purchnl
Miss Nellie Marshall has returned ope the public and' good sized block of l'U"Uka', 111I I
mo"SWotiCLUDm6SALE from a three-m onthe' visit in Ftrgu- ..nedht thn opportunity for' bonds And this fact together Pit|
flow the other and ll
amt 8. C. a dip. male is constantly more hltporlliliw.
granolithic walk has log and .eau crystal no that one that Iti, a solid 1t'.lltUtloQ,'
The new can see the bottom "made In Florida. ," will add *
taken brick affair the plaeo In front of of the the disjointed; pool. One section 15x2011 U totschild- popularity ID Pal"tka.Okeehumkee "tj
r another section t
Hotel. adults The chlldrP t's ie NonI I In proved Order of Tribe Red No 16, 'I.
h r, Hon. H. A. B. McKenzie has returned In scarce 8 feet deep, while the section city entertained their Men H 01' Uk
i from a two weeks outing for adult is 6 feet Incher In depth. delightful soolal. ?! ?'
r / I i South Carolina.N. The water Is sulphur and gives a peculiarly wigwam last night gathering I. "*
U. Craws, a prominent farmerof refreshing feeling to the rloaenmuelpgfeatures provldlQr t-
Sunnyslde. win a visitor in the bather If this pool doesn't Jump refresh ments. Such well anddolld, i ,
: I city yesterday. Into Instant favor with the people dl..n. as N. A. Sturnpn. C knovsj If
I 7 f e H. M. FearnsldBiinrt M".tHr Krnnkearnslde the n the News U no judge of human and U. B. Neck had I.Rowt
,S'S ." left "'plln..ciAlUornl"ll nature during the minuner ...u80n'l xQnlr. "MI\.Y their tribe charge of lilt
s with relative* In the delight of the Intlrep:
I I for a two weeks visit It already Mrs. Wyllle will give| .
I'I'y I In Madison.. Of the 15 candidates for state car_ art xlilbltl..n! and tea at the mode)
S. E. Tlmmons of Orandln. one of titlcales, examined by the. state exnmlnliig of tat Marks church nllxt It.torr
/ Putnam county's oldest and b"Bte.. hard of pharmacist at the afternoon July pier, from 8IMrs. 'fo'ld\
i I 1 citizens, was a visitor In the Tampa Buy Hotel last month, but i'here will be : 10o'olock.
on Wednesday. live p 98..d.. One of the five suouesa- made caodiee. ana nllB810n OIlSlllebolat
A little daughter nt th. home nf I fill ones was J. L. Burt of this) city, work A. the @xhlbltl\nd sod,.
and Mrs. H. Ide Montmollln I proprietor of the popular Putnam the benefit ot !::It. Marks pavhlR
I ill'M. Sunday and the colonel says l I pharmacy. The state examining .lIver collection will be leprs llIIj.
'. a little "peach." I board consists of E. Berger andLeon the door. All are cordially Invlld,,.
The Home Mission society of tliethodist Halo of Tauipit, D W. Ram- Delia Howell wife 01
church will meat Monday sanr of Falatka A. R. Wjpe of Lake Howell of Jacksonville, died Daltto
July 20th. at 4 o'clock with MM.Messmer City and H. H. D'Aleinberte of Pen- home In Jacksonville last II lit
I on Water street. sauoln, The News Is Indebted to the night, and the funeral took g
Tim es-Union of from the ply
Sunday July 12th
Commencing Saturday, July 18, we inaugurate our Mid-Season Clearing Sale a tilt,oJ.of C.this Gross city a who former has timber been residingIn opra- for the above information. Mr. noon. Be residence v. Van \on !\fondar.afla.,

'r semiannual event that is looked forward to with interest by every member of this Montgomery Ala., the poet acv ability Burt while as n man pharmacist.of acknowledged Is, like 'St.ted.Johns The pall Episcopal bearers church K S,,

community. This wonderful sale of desirable merchandise offers bargain opportunitiesthat eral years, has returned to Florahomewas Fnlatka. most men of liia stamp exceeding Moor, W.: w. Marsh, were J. R fi
Mrs. J. J. Charles of modest and though hit examination and E. W.
hundreds of careful buyers have eagerly been waiting for this season. Our aim is a visitor In the city Wednesday.Mrs. occurred at Tampu on the 9th of Howell formerly Orxq lived fir III and !yn
Charles will probably reorganize June, the result would not have been thhest
ty, Mr. Howell
to reduce the stock and get the cash and we are giving profits no consideration. You her music class In this city in the made public In this city were It not .1 .r o[ sheriff R C.being How.lI.an eider bn3

attend this sale assured that will find for the enterprise of our Jacksonville
may you unparalleled bargains in every depart- fall.Mrs.. E. J Smith nnd family of contemporary publishing! the fact ; PLANK'S Chill Tanio for ebOkl/

ment and we know that the temptations to purchase will be irresistible. Our selling Florence Ala., are here ou a visit to one mouth and three day after it* ,. fever., colds and laurlrme'teed. ;; puny.
the family of S. L. Lyons and other occurrence.Dr. Price 85 cts, a bottle. bold!!
force has been increased to handle the large crowds anticipated. And to assist the relatives all druggists t.n.lk;, '

have ticket E. T. Redding of Iiiterlsehen l Is arranging Thomas' Electric Oil la the best I I For a mild, easy oration of the I Ia
buyers we placed a price on every article on sale. Come in early-It means remedy for that often fatal diseasecroup. bonk '
to go; In business In this rlty single dose or Dean's Hesulm'
', money In your pocket-and above all, don't forget the dates: and It Is stated that he has arranged; our family. lias for been eight used ears.-Mra.with success. L In. enough TrPatmentaureahahluds"
for one of the Tllghman; stores on 1VLILeecreBuffalo N. Y. tlpatlon. aio a box. Ask your de

Lemon Dr. A.street.M. Steen has purchased the gist-- focjthem.- -

Saturday July 18 to Sat Night s Aug1 1. the n rear Rosslgnal strip purchase of his of property home land of which.property reaching on Added Oak, gives through street to him the, wm h'VV' tifr

from Lemon to Oak streets.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M.\ Kelly of Hoilister i Bargains in Palatka
are vttiltlngat Mr. Kelly's old
Extra Special Remarkable Clearance Sale of Ladies Waists. home In Ueorgla and Mr. "Kelly

Onr high grade Ladies' Waists have not sold writes that they are simply resting
Coats Thread 4C a Spool hand which we determined to clear out during as anticipate and as a result we have large stock on and feasting on all the good things
During this sale we are going to the best quality fabrics variously inserted with French this sale. These waists are exceptionally well made of that have made Georgia famous. Farm or Town Property
and German
Val. laces
give Coats Thread at 4o a and trimmed with Val. ,
Clnny Baby Irish and Filet Lace Medallions. Regular; Baptist services at the
pool, but will have to limit 1 doi.: are trimmed to match. Some of the following They come in button back style and the collars and cuffs Howell Theater next Sunday. At
; prices do
not even .cover the cost ot the
to customer day. material
a per
the evening hour the pastor Rev. J. Timber
King 200 yd. machine thread 2e Ladles' fine Waists beautifully trimmed. Q U Collum will preach a special sermon for Sale or Lease.

King" 600"Thread will ".ew "on most Sc $1.50 and 12 values, in this sale only OQCI.p8 Regular $2.CO values in this sale only...$1.23 to the Red Men. Sunday schoolat i

any machine and Is Rood Thread Regular $3 and 13.50 values, clearance Very pretty and floe ".M and $6 10 a. m., everybody Invited; seats

-uied by all garment manufacturers. sale price only ... . . .... QI to goat.-. .. .Valnee$1.rift free.Capt.
A. O. Hlscock of Welnkahns
t Regular t6.00 and S7.UO( () waists only .. $3.08 recently secured a contract for car. E HHmAaFORDIe
rvlng the mall between thla pity and
Bleached and Brown flus.ins and Cambrics Wool Dress GoodsYou Drayton Island and way ports, and
la running the steamer Alma May In
t. Here is where we save you big money. We need the cash. therefore they can save SO to 85 per cent In competition with the steamer Harry
5- this line by buying ...
now. L. which formerly carried th
are yours at the price: Fine Skirtings and Suitings; mall. There Is hot competition be :: Real

3.4 Bleaching . . . . . '. . . . .4Jc? good Money all the saved year Is around.money made, ao tween and the freight two business boats for the passenger "'iii Estate,

4.4 Brown Muslin. . . .-. . . . . . 5C get what you need now. Ralph Kline and Miss Essie Can Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.

4.4 Extra heavy grade. 9c value, this sale . . . .7c This will be the greatest sey of this city were married at the
home of the bride's
4.4 Hill Bleaching. . . . . . . . . pic Money Saving Sale Thursday evening Inst parents week. Mr.on I National

4.4 Lonsdale Bleaching. . . . . . . . p Jc We of the Season. Kline Is associated with Mr. Kalb- Surety Company
can only quote you a few of field In the bill business
Fruit of the Loom. . . . . the posting but
4.4 . . . pjc great value. here. will probably make his home In of New York.

r A good 4.4 Cambric at . . . . . . . 8c the To get a. proper connepllon of Gainesville RS local manager' of the
magnitude this
sale you will new Baird Theater of
An elegant Lonsdale finish Cambric at . . . . p'CGenuine have to call at our mammoth Kalbfleld will be lessee Mr. J

Lonsdale I Cambric . . . . . . HC i.need are of and cash see forces for yourself. Our Walter Andrew. the well-know I

the goods.; us to sacrifice painter tendered nnd his decorator services has to generousl the Pad YNMYNMWNM NMY Wl}}

Ribbons Committee of the Fortnightly club
A Clearance
I Sale of Beautiful Wash Goods to keep the benches In the part' !e 1 kii34rn9' '*3 MM
The greatest values t In Ribbons painted. Mr. Andrews will NM. aA39gJ9 p9'1y9etHttM
ol ered. Cost more to make Charming and seasonabe! merchandise pain
ever at less than wholesale them twice a year free By the
prices way
them the goods just at a time When haye you noticed how The
One staple lot colors all silk up Ribbons to aide, all 80 tShacnfice yours at less than cost. you need them', as we need the money, and park looks and thought pretty how, much tli *p Only Complete Line
we all owe In gratitude; to Mrs. Uec.

last(inches at romtb wide. .) while. .they. lOc ST-inch Fancy Lawns, 8 and lOc values, this sale at. . 41c not E. ?Gay's committee? If not why i I of Furniture and House
All .'t''; be sold' at Fancy Lawns and Organdies
sacrifice prices. 20c '". . . . 91C Albert McKenzie son of Hon. H
Batiste I
Fancy and Bordersd Lawns s' at. . . A. B. McKenzie of this city, anc
This is a SWEEPINGCUT .-. .IzC: who Is

PRICE SALE. 35c 25cFancy" Wash i' Goods r/ at. . . . . . . ).Igyc O., has now come visiting Into a In little Hnrnwell fume i B ii n. Furnishings, in the City.

Every article in the store Dress : . . . . .:ZZtCat : of that a place through. his heroic rescue. I

reduced price. We need A.Eancy F. C. Ginghams lOc values . I I . . .1iC young young; lady lady had gone drowning.down Into'I'he the T C t IL 313-2U.317)) I

the CASH and we sacrificethe Toile du Nord Fancy Ginghams Ginghams.' 'i6.1 'value: V.' . -;-. . . .#C water MoKenile for the plunged last time In and when rescue younll; ap. R. Ryan, Lemon Palad4pa itre.h 'I i

goods to get it. 20c Manchester Galatea . her. The paper and people of that t R1.t
Cloth] fancy and piai'n] colors at'. .15C, action place are of Mr.making McKenzie much of the hero) 91tiEfEEE/E6EE6E6E66E6 66666668666.-EAEEEEEEEEE

Headquarters for Notions The Florida orange crop of Hi -- .
ioc Hose P
and Vests coming'season has .
The wnalthy, substantial men of this land. are those who saved their On at 5C IvestlnxtedaI4.044),000 beeiiamiservHtlv d All
pennies. Start the foundation for your fortune by baying notions at this our> regular Saturday,, the opening day of thin\ Great' Sale we will give you !Mr. Asrlllll.ho boxes. inn d [Ind. .L !.
store and during this sale for the pennies saved here and there will JOo Hose and Vent* at 5o; of represent! the W :
soon The each to a customer. A. Merrydny Co. of
UORB Include Ladles. nCI"I'ld this city. dealer .....5_.. l..
Misses '
amount into dollars. !Home .
: astonishing values here- We limit these an II In orange box material, hnn BOOK..... pi... I 1EDIT
li A good safety pin I Be value I . . .. ... ... .2o every customer to to E of each as out .fn-t '. limited and we with' to sell material for nt leimt set on, ....0. llht.lrl.4 m.IL..Man. .
Good brass pins. Bo value .. . ... .. ... . 30Ooo get a share ot there great barR'aln.. boxes And h,,'ll do It, for tin l.lMXiom M.-r.) .. .....(.,tor. .W.awr la your............k". I .
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Finishing braid. So value. . . .. .. . .. .8c Hosiery Values You Can't Equal ufBotured and hits prettiest! crllle III"". : =ewe kiln i.tLS"; I :
Coats: darning cotton . . .... .. .. ... .:'in It I isn't a question of profit ,4Vs thing In the WilY of secured,-udum. every Dept P. n. II. THE FRANKLIN-TURNER CO., CV7I l Ivy St., AUiMi,,5'
Coat'.ilkotine thread. . . .. .. .... ... Do Into h. Take advalltaR'e now,of a question of turning our good Florid.. SllIt" Fair, pr where at t lh<
Pert Lnsta embroidery floim '". ... . .. .2io such I radical saving opportunities these bargain offering because tlon gets warm' over the compel"! -' ---'
.. .. ... .. The come but seldom. question' 01
Hoyal society .. ... .\21 best lOa Hose, Ladles, Misses "best
D. M. C. per dOl.. .. .....Ida llio Itoaeat . .. .. lie 35e and Children's ,, ,,, '.. To Over $20
SiSo Mennen's talcum powder . .. .. .. .. ...12+ BOo lace and lisle Hose. .S.),; '1.00 plain and fancy; Hose at. :lOo fund of be. was Marks added to the niivlnn
Fine toilet soap as good as any Ice soap per cake 8c and 1.26 silk Hose ....SOc church hy "here : $
Ladles handkerchiefs at .. . . .. .20 and np Skirts. day oelpta night./.at the oem The Theater theater I I"ot had'fue.been le75.

Miscellaneous i i Ite generously tendered the Iadlea
We of the
m s. are greatly over t cked lu this line and church for the ,
we are going to night! mid when It if
some of the give you t Our
this list and greatest bargaIn. you ever bal In Ski t.. We have realU.d that the admission eutire line of
Read note the great values: variety of wash.klrt, lu Linens, Indian Head a great 10 cent, and that was but
and All Linen the ladle _
BOo plain and fancy all linen .u I tin". . .. .. . .. .. ...Tt! <> to ,TJO, to be closed out at this sale at at. .. ... ... ...890, worth to "l4&.9" "1.50$ correct all! expense. of about had 1\0\ III tor Hammocksat
27-Inch voiles, I !Mo the nightit .
cotton a regular quality-looks as well as all wool- easy those
this sale only. : : .. . I fie Cream Wool Skirts. theater was wall th"t the I
Pongee Boo value at. .. . . . .. .. . .. .. ..:}:iu Value, $j to iiJ.uo will .. tweet 81X) and 400 Plltronilled attend n d to oCfered
8$inch anto cloth.. .. ... ... ... . . . . . .. .. . .12c Wool Skirts in black and goat leading colonr'mi... .. .....$l.D8to6.O8 the II rformnnce.Mr. people e sell at from *2>i5! to $6.00 each will now be (
88.Inch soft finlnh Indian bead.. .. ... . ...... .. . .. 0i .lOc Herge and Voile, values II: of Panama cloth. Mohair .. W. H. at COST. We haven't one cheapthis
84.Inch beet finality Indian heal . . . . . . . .1 S3C Don't mire this chance to to Skirt 50 will be closed /#1.1>8 to 12.80/ ;) W. 8. Burdetto Rosenberg and Mrs. m many left 80 if you want
88-inch linens, white and get a ready to wear at less comprlxlng the an excellent
colore..1 Oe material would cost you. than the Indies com opportunity to get it.
A good apron cbeck gingham ffc Ainoskaeg apron cbeck.. ..7c Guild desire to of St. Marks J.
Holt linen faichcbeveatts.l2icvalue.} this sale . . . ... .Oe Extra Special I and all dl those thank the proprietor H. YELVERTON Jr Oor. end Oth'lIo,
Percales, 10 to Ific values, at ... .... . . .. . ..7ctol2io I Offer connected with the LsMf LA.
17-inch China aUks at. . . .. .... ... ... . .;J )C As a Ipeclal.I1dl1oement, we offer Full makingtheebenefitentertainroeut I In Ever1thlnll for the Nome.'utaam .
84-inch taffeta black and colors at less than manufacturer''. cost. while the quantity last at5C Standard Prints i of
t Fancy shirtwaist and cult silks. big line to select from, at about success. TheIxdleo decided '1- -" -- =. .
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were "" + -
one-third le..tbaD value. shown "- -
per yard every attention possible I t= :t =-
Sheets and Pillow Cases ceipts more than their and the re -=== :: ::-
f The patterns are well assorted and hone: They also met expects : : Pharmacy: : :::
at greater bargains than ever. Sheet from 88n np. Pillow canvi 10 to 21 e very desirable. Master Joe Hater, desire I to thank I I ALATKA. FLORIDA.
w '
i vices ning.; at Thank.the piano are also during due the his eve ser DrugS, Chemicals}, Druggist Sundries sade d

This is a Cash You dren pUblic for generally selling tickets for and:thnchll-to th 1,1 I, PRIilSOR'PTIONS OaARGFtJBLLY
will Smile their liberal OOM1a0UNOLl7
I [II saxes
patrollaMe. 04 aDEN p"a
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.I ae.Y .allo" Bl.zIOG _

r Sale 6 show The In the Boydlblo kwleghalldtn I I e '" I .--e t_ _

When we tickle ap a business of which the R -- -. -
We need the is your pock mont should feel Iln"naree. V. ,. .. '
why m
pro .
money I It .... ,_ -.if
etbook with these ---.,-- .__-
low house wxi
we are sacrificing our goods 1 d' packed t o tl etaors y The
prices. It's a fact day there wee atur The Breakers Sea
will a
y and we will have to ask yon d you l throng i from the opening'continuou unttl by the ,
have closing hour. the
more value Instead
to bring the Cash. We have on your regular three-reei four of'Plcture giving the_ i SEABREEZE, FLORIDA
Nos. 320: 332 and : Lemon St. person when gram an additional pro Wild. be betlf
334. open
you carr was Jape 1 Mabi
marked pricea so low that y making In all a ..evoe picture adtJed under thu .au..gtment of I.M.
In the New Block.away some of former.. and all who sao -
our.bargo1lls saw
to be too to Merryday were highly plsased he w house 'M[
we expect busy will'
Tuesday'. thorTh\ be a
because in lures were dandy. plo | conducted 00 a higher plan than evr.: *
if many cases your Blue and the e.peclally "The i with without Zf1 and retllrul.hftd.l l Single rooms .I
anything even we Gray
charge dollars will do double '01,"' 'The Rsgplur's or the. Day. of tog In the worw. bmtht' Fine 0.n ng aDd the b eTborBugbly t su"DI |
Store closes duty. and "In n..ughter."
inclined. Thursday Brazil
were so 2 p. m. or the 'equipped .
Fall. You make no &irk"slcabaau Kara*, and lly&r110 conn.otlon.SIA

S ,lal r.que.t.ee Th."The blue I :and the 'peo-n rOOD A SP CIAI.TY A TRIAL SOUCTTtP.l.OO .
J : rc"*
will be Gray" per day
: -I reprodlloe" Saturday fllgbt. i.:4TIC.: : ; ** and upward, according to location aft.I' it
&*mmum mmeamm' mamfmamaaaem

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